Multi-Factor Authentication for IoT

By Get Connected Blog November 25, 2020

Applying multi-factor authentication to connected devices is tricky, but it can and should be done, especially on the administrative side of things.

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Topics: authentication

Cellular IoT smart meter boosts hydrogen energy sector

By Lorenzo Amicucci November 18, 2020

In the drive towards a carbon-neutral world, households and businesses could, and should, be looking at hydrogen as a source of clean energy. And now, thanks to the rise of advanced smart metering based on cellular IoT wireless connectivity, this ambition is no longer just a pipedream.

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Topics: cellular IoT, smart metering

Bluetooth 5 for Remote Controlled Toys

By Kristoffer Rist Skøien November 11, 2020

The range advantages of Bluetooth 5 open up new opportunities in the domain of remote-controlled vehicles, such as cars, boats, and drones.

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Topics: bluetooth5, Bluetooth Low Energy

Street lights to support interconnected smart cities

By Alf Helge Omre November 4, 2020

By 2050, seven out of ten people are expected to live in a city. The smart city concept offers the promise of a healthier, safer, and greener lifestyle than that enjoyed by today's urban population.

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Topics: smart city

How SMEs Can Get Started With Industrial IoT

By Get Connected Blog October 28, 2020

Small manufacturers play a critical role in keeping the world’s supply chain moving, yet adoption of Industrial IoT solutions by the group is lagging. What can be done?

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Topics: IIoT

Saving the forests with wireless tech

By Thomas Søderholm October 21, 2020

Exciting innovations in environmental conservation-related technology comes to rescue for some of the deforesting, equivalent of 27 soccer pitches every minute, going on in the world.

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Topics: wireless technologies, cellular IoT, thingy:91

Cellular IoT asset tracker ensures timely delivery of critical shipments

By Jerry Pietroforte October 14, 2020

The global pandemic has seen a massive increase in online shopping, accelerating a trend that has seen the world move towards home delivery. That's made it even more critical that both consumers and commercial customers can track deliveries of goods from warehouses to their homes or businesses.

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Topics: cellular IoT, asset tracking

Wireless wellness

By Thomas Søderholm October 7, 2020

According to the Global Wellness Institute, the spend on "proactive healthy choices"—in other words, wellness—will continue to comprise a more significant percentage of massive multi-trillion industries into the future, of which the wireless tech sector is one.

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Topics: wearables, wellness

The Importance of Average Power Consumption to Battery Life

By Torbjørn Øvrebekk September 30, 2020

Smartphone battery life remains a frustration for many users. The same problem also applies to a wide range of IoT devices. Although it’s easy to bury yourself in detail seeking a perfect solution, it’s important not to lose sight of the broader picture.

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Topics: battery, power consumption

Wireless education tools help drive economic growth

By Petter Myhre September 23, 2020

Continued global economic growth requires a productive, innovative workforce comprising highly skilled coders, developers, and engineers in every field. To prepare young people for this future, teachers turn to interactive and interdisciplinary science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (‘STEAM’) education.

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Topics: steam skills, education

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